3.4 TYPES OF KORFBALL
(f) MONO-KORFBALL WITH FOUR KORFS
Korfball game between two teams when the attack can shoot into two korfs.
An area of at least 12x20 metres but preferably bigger, such as 40 x 20 metres. See the diagram for the organisation of the korfs. There are two teams, each with four to eight players. Team A attacks korfs 1 and 2, team B attacks korfs 3 and 4. Otherwise normal korfball rules are applied. This style is meant to improve appreciation of space.
The attackers are required to spread their attention over more korfs. Defenders cannot defend simply “one to one” as staying between the attacker and one post gives the attacker an easy chance to score at the other post. Other skills such as switching, giving long passes etc; are required in this form.